Colbert’s last words were true to his character: “I’m getting angry at liberals.”
Photojournalists spend their lives taking amazing photos, but every once in a while they capture those WTF moments.
Sunrise host reduced to tears identifying the woman killed in Sydney’s hostage situation.
Cereal Killer owner Gary Keery fired back after an interview in which he was questioned about pricing out locals in London’s poorest borough.
Breaking news: He’s a bae.
“Love & Treasure is a fucking great novel…”
The couple photobombed a PIX11 reporter’s live shot Wednesday night.
Healthy, clean, and deadlifting twice her body weight.
And the rules of engagement they follow.
These are some of the most thought-provoking images you will see from this year in news.
On last night’s I’m A Celebrity the former BBC newsreader said that his biggest regret was not pushing Savile off a cruise ship into the sea.
Journalists given four weeks to achieve a higher “score” and keep jobs.
“If we raise 1 or 2 million then we can definitely do this,” the channel’s business manager told BuzzFeed News.
Republican candidate Joni Ernst winning the U.S. Senate race on Election Day stole a lot of this week’s headlines, but plenty happened in the news world this week. Many New Yorkers participated in the NYC Marathon, the Day of the Dead was celebrated in Mexico, and the unrest continues in Syria. Here are some of the best news images brought to us by hardworking photojournalists all over the globe.WARNING: Graphic images
“I wonder what will become of her. I wonder what will become of all the others.”
Another week gone and another group of amazing images from the world’s best photojournalists. This week we saw a dramatic ending to the Major League Baseball season, Texas nurse Amber Vinson was cured of Ebola, and a beautiful ceremony in Canada for Nathan Cirillo, who was shot and killed last week during the the attack at Parliament Hill.
This week in news: volcanoes, horrific shootings, protests, and the confirmation that Ebola has made it to New York City. Here are some of the best images from this week you’ll see, captured by some of the world’s hardest-working photojournalists.
Eight-year-old ChengWu ShuQin is among the youngest of the girls training at the Shaolin Exquisite Kung Fu School in the Central Eastern Chinese Province of Henan.
The Ebola story may have stolen most recent headlines, but plenty of other things also happened in the news this week. The Oscar Pistorius case is coming to an end, New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz suffered a gruesome injury, and Ferguson is still in a state of unrest. Here are some of the best images you will see, brought to us by some of the worlds hardest-working photojournalists.
Chas Licciardello of The Chaser’s Media Circus shares his puntastic knowledge.
When Pixar becomes real life.
A lot happened this week. The Hong Kong protests are slowing down, the Ferguson, Missouri, protests are picking back up, there was a “blood moon,” and the Ebola scare is becoming increasingly scarier. Here’s a recap of some of the best images brought to us by dedicated photojournalists all over the globe.
Vivian Schiller announced on Twitter she is leaving the company.
From Volcanos in Japan, Protests in Hong Kong and an Ebola Epidemic, these are some of the most amazing news images taken this week by hard working photojournalists all over the globe.
Nos régions ont du talent.
Tens of thousands in Hong Kong have taken to the streets to call for democratic elections.
“I felt hated and completely alienated from the rest of the world, so hidden and alone … I felt bullied, it felt so unfair.”
These are some of the strongest images you will see from this week in news.